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4-17-2011 @ 4:37PM
"And I think that this bribery will do more to exacerbate the horrible attitudes of pug tanks and cause resentment amongst DPSers who now not only have to put up with the obnoxious behavior BUT assist in the tank getting an extra bag of goodies." (araquen)This. ^This is my prediction about Call To Arms in Random Dungeon Finder. At first:a) more fail tanksb) less respect to tanks (and some to healers) because "you're getting your damn satchel, quit your QQing!" and fail dps will be even less likely to follow tank's markings, strategy, etc.c) because of the disrespect, better tanks will be even more reluctant to que in RDFd) healers will now bear the brunt. more fail tanks = super-stress trying to keep everyone alive. and because of the likelihood that healers will be the main ones benefitting from CTA at this point, healers will be disrespected and boo-ed. "L2heal, you noob. you're getting that damn satchel!"e) competent healers will avoid RDFf) influx of bad off-spec healers because of CTAg) now that both healers AND tanks are increasingly likely be fail in RDF, competent dps will avoid RDFh) RDF will be cement their reputation as destined-to-fail, and almost everyone will get their badges through guild runs and trade chat pugs (with or without WTB roles)at this point, if blizzard decides they want RDF to be more than a barely-existent part of the game, either blizzard will try to force people to do RDF (resulting in bitterness), or will finally realize that realm-option/only RDF and/or attitude/behavior repercussions are the only way to save RDF.
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